Home

More Research, Policy, Education & Action

Report | Environment New Hampshire Research and Policy Center

Lighting the Way

New Hampshire’s progress on solar has helped fuel a tripling of solar energy nationwide between 2011 and 2013. In 2013, solar capacity in New Hampshire grew 2 MW. This report ranks states by their solar growth in 2013 and cumulatively, and emphasizes that it is not availability of sunlight that makes states solar leaders, but the degree to which state and local governments have created effective public policy to help capture the virtually unlimited and pollution-free energy from the sun. 

> Keep Reading
News Release | Environment New Hampshire Reseach and Policy Center

New Report: Electric Cars Are Putting the Brakes on Pollution

The report, “Driving Cleaner: More Electric Vehicles Mean Less Pollution,” shows that electric vehicles could prevent more than a million metric tons of climate-changing carbon pollution annually in the United States by 2025.

> Keep Reading
Report | Environment New Hampshire Reseach and Policy Center

Driving Cleaner

By 2025, widespread use of electric vehicles, coupled with a cleaner electricity grid, could reduce global warming pollution by 18.2 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent per year, compared to conventional vehicles. The Driving Cleaner Electric Vehicle report examines the truth about electric vehicles and all of the statistics associated with them.

> Keep Reading
Report | Environment New Hampshire Reseach and Policy Center

Wasting our Waterways

The “Wasting Our Waterways” report shows that industrial facilities dumped millions of pounds of toxic chemicals into America’s waterways. In response, the Environmental Protection Agency is considering a new rule to restore Clean Water Act protections to thousands of waterways across the nation.

> Keep Reading
Report | Environment New Hampshire Research and Policy Center

America’s Dirtiest Power Plants

A new report from the Environment New Hampshire finds that Merrimack Power Plant is the state’s biggest carbon polluter. In total, New Hampshire's power plants produce as much carbon pollution each year as 1.1 million cars.

> Keep Reading

Pages